I’ve been thinking more about the idea of starting a website for people with health issues to upload personal writing, artwork, or other creations. This would be a place for people with disabilities to share their creative work for personal fulfillment, and also to make money by connecting their page to any websites or ebooks […] Read more
After seeing the interest on Reddit in the eye tracking software “OptiKey”, I decided to make a video reviewing 2 of the best eye trackers that are affordable. One is $99 and the other is $139. Here is the video: I’ve never done a product review so it’s a little rough (12 minutes, only uses […] Read more
I have done many things over the past year for using assistive technology with the game of chess. For short games, I prefer the Tobii EyeX tracker to use my eyes with Iris by Xcessity for clicking. This combination is about $100 more expensive than Eye Tribe trackers alongside Dwell Clicker 2.0. It really is […] Read more
In this post I discuss how to set up an inexpensive eye tracker with a mouse clicking software. The end goal is for someone with a few hundred dollars and a pain problem to be able to play his or her favorite boardgame through eye tracking. I really missed playing my favorite board game live, but by using eye tracking devices I can play in […] Read more
It can be difficult to make moves on a chess board without knocking over other pieces for someone with Parkinson’s disease (or someone with hands that shake for another reason). However, there are a couple of different chess set options that significantly reduce the likelihood of accidentally touching other chess pieces when making moves. http://www.bestchessmenever.com/ […] Read more
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